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Fifa World Cup 2018: Australia Draws Denmark



Australia contended hard on Thursday, remaining alive in the World Cup's Group C in the wake of picking up a point with a 1-1 draw against Denmark, which by and by surrendered a punishment through VAR. 

Denmark forced from the begin as two set pieces from Christian Eriksen in under two minutes caused a couple of issues, yet the Australian backline remained solid. There particularly was a greater spotlight on the left-hand side as Pione Sisto utilized his pace and alter of course to cause a couple of cerebral pains, yet again the Socceroos remained strong. 

In the 6th moment, in any case, Eriksen by and by demonstrated his extraordinary ability with a phenomenal objective. A one-two with Nicolai Jorgensen was every one of that was required and the Tottenham star snatched the lead for the Europeans.

Denmark kept pushing as in the 23rd minute, Jorgensen received a great ball from the right-hand side in the box but his header went just wide. Australia, however, was not holding back and the more Aaron Mooy was getting involved, the more dangerous it seemed.

And just as halftime approached, VAR awarded a fifth penalty in this tournament, as the referee decided Poulsen commited a handball in the box when leaping to head the ball with his arm outstretched. Mile Jedinak, as he did against France, scored it, and the Aussies equalized. Adding to the pain of the call to Denmark is that for Poulsen, it was his second yellow card of the group stage, ruling him out for the final match against France.

Australia contended hard on Thursday, remaining alive in the World Cup's Group C in the wake of picking up a point with a 1-1 draw against Denmark, which by and by surrendered a punishment through VAR. 

Denmark forced from the begin as two set pieces from Christian Eriksen in under two minutes caused a couple of issues, yet the Australian backline remained solid. There particularly was a greater spotlight on the left-hand side as Pione Sisto utilized his pace and alter of course to cause a couple of cerebral pains, yet again the Socceroos remained strong. 

In the 6th moment, in any case, Eriksen by and by demonstrated his extraordinary ability with a phenomenal objective. A one-two with Nicolai Jorgensen was every one of that was required and the Tottenham star snatched the lead for the Europeans.

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